8 facts about start-up support: Innovations-Bremse Germany


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ZEIT ONLINE In a contribution to promotions for founders, it has tried to encourage founders. Therefore, author Hilmar Poganatz claims that poor funding conditions in Germany are a myth. The problem: The myth is unfortunately a reality, especially for micro-founders flow euros and cents only drop by drop. 8 facts!

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8 facts about start-up promotion in Germany

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Right under the headline is in the article: "Nowhere have company founders as hard as in Germany, so the stereotype. The reality is different. "So far 20 comments has been added to the article ZEIT ONLINE get.

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Most of them write what I thought when reading the article: That's just not true. At least not for all founders. This is because money flows are usually much less sparing for micro-entrepreneurs in the creative industry. Also because no one knows what the creatives really do. Differentiation is necessary!

1. Everything is ok in medium-sized traditional industries

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For his thesis, the author uses an example from the middle class: The Berlin-based company 3S Antriebe, a specialist manufacturer of automated valves in water, gas and district heating networks. The has enjoyed according to their own information, the entire German founders support. Nice.

The fact is: 3S drives is also exactly the kind of Company, for which the Deutsch Gründerförderung is intended. Three managing directors, eight employees (note the ratio!), Down-to-earth German coffee, verkammerert, low-cost loan on 80.000 Euro.

2. Good promotion only in theory

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Accordingly, allowed in the ZEIT-Article also Marc Evers, founding expert of the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (DIHK), the German funding landscape as unique praise!

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But: Nobody denied that there are many so-called start-up programs and subsidies in Germany. The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, a study that annually examines the founding conditions in 42 countries worldwide, shows:

3. Cliché and reality

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Although Germany offers a very good public funding infrastructure, there are ample office and commercial space as well as transport and communication facilities, the protection of intellectual property by patents is guaranteed and founders can access numerous consulting offers and suppliers.

But on the other hand, the World Bank places the Federal Republic of China among the 30 OECD industrialized countries on 24 rank when it comes to the conditions for start-ups. "In international comparison, the number of start-ups in Germany is still very small," says Rolf Sternberg, Professor for economic geography at the University of Hannover, which presents the German country report on the GEM study in the spring, quoted by Poganatz.

4. Bad framework conditions, poor founding culture

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Incidentally, the reasons for this are also found in the GEM study - you just have to find them: because Germany scores significantly lower in many international conditions than other countries:

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Above all, the experts questioned by GEM criticize the government's excessive regulatory anger, the poor basic education and finally the negative social attitude. Almost 50 percent of the Germans are just too afraid to become self-employed.

5. Intolerant, safety fanatic and 0 error perfectionism

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The commentators under the ZEIT ONLINEThe article summarizes this very nicely: there is talk of the lack of tolerance for odd CVs, of the wrong character of the pupils, who are held to the safe official status as an ideal under the nose, and of the social proscription of failed entrepreneurs.

Incidentally, I have already heard that prior self employment is actually a problem when looking for a job - you hardly believe it, you should think, entrepreneurs want employees who can think for themselves ....

Anyway, I have many of the points just touched here already in mine Article series "Better fail" on Best of HR – Berufebilder.de® - from the fear of failure to the lack of entrepreneurship training to bankruptcy law.

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6. Small and innovative? Bad luck!

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One other aspect seems to me to be important: entrepreneurs, these are the big companies in Germany especially with the smart office and secretary. Or the middle class, preferably from the traditional crafts.

Small, innovative garage companies, however, look into the tube. Google and Facebook, which are undoubtedly one of the most successful companies in the world today, have even started this way.

7. Dear snack stall as a creative industry

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Carsten Förtsch from deskmag, a magazine for new workplaces, is rather promoted, which one already knows, yesterday brought the very beautiful to the point: At the Cognitive Cities Conference in the Berlin Betahaus, he gave a lecture on the coworking movement. Asked whether the Betahaus had claimed public support, he said:

"In Germany, you prefer to promote food stalls as a business from the creative industry - simply because you rather appreciate what you already know. On the other hand, anyone who has a completely new idea generally does not receive any funding. Many small businesses do not even need the big loans, which contain many start-up subsidies, but could move a lot with 10.000 Euro. But in this micro-field it looks rather meager in Germany. You actually get a promotion if you're already successful - and you do not need it anymore! "

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8. Poverty certificate for the IT location Berlin

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This is an indictment of a city that wants to present itself as a particularly hip, innovative IT location. And this discrepancy is apparently aware of the fact that on the side of the sponsors one speaks only behind closed doors: For example, Christoph Lang of Berlin Partner GmbH skilfully in the interview around the question, which companies are actually promoting exactly.

Inofiziell I have since of employees but already heard that one could probably achieve with a small subsidy of 10.000 Euro more than with large promotion points. Only publicly, no one likes that.

Conclusion: Please detention!

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This shows that the wish of the father of thought is certainly the foundation of the foundation. In practice you have to detain yourself again and again in Germany!

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